Monday, March 7, 2011

Artichoke & Curry Leaves Chutney

Earlier, i have told that my H need absolutely two side dishes whenever i serve him dosas or idlis, needless to say i have to scratch my head to come up with different combinations of chutney to satisfy his tastebuds..Recently i started cooking artichoke hearts  and i couldnt stop myself making different dishes with this veggies...Yesterday for our dinner i tried out making arthichoke hearts and curry leaves together as chutney, this chutney tastes truly marvellous,tangy and simply a fabulous chutney which suits prefectly along with our traditional idlis and dosas..Also this chutney goes prefect even along with rice porridge and we loved it..This yummy tangy chutney goes to Healing Foods -Artichoke guest hosted by Vanessa, event by Siri and to Pari's  Only Original Recipes guest hosted by Nivi..


Artichoke & Curry leaves chutney

5-6nos Artichoke hearts (canned)
1/4cup Curry leaves
5nos Garlic cloves
3nos Dry red chillies
1tbsp Coriander seeds
1no Tamarind (blueberry size)
1tbsp Urad dal
Oil
Oil
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1/4tsp Urad dal


Heat few drops of oil, fry the garlic cloves,urad dal, dry red chillies, coriander seeds and curry leaves until they turns brown, take them in a mixie, now add the chopped artichoke hearts to the same pan and fry until they shrinks a bit...Take this sauteed artichoke hearts along with the fried spices,tamarind, grind as bit coarse paste with enough salt and water..

Meanwhile heat enough oil, let splutters the mustard seeds, urad dal and add this temperd spices to the grounded paste, mix well and serve as side dish..


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64 comments:

  1. Recently we discovered this artichoke and we just loved it. This is a very good recipe with artichoke, will surely try this.

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  2. I've never though of Indian-style artichokes. Your recipes looks and sounds very good...

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  3. I haven't seen this in Madurai. Very new to me. Looks interesting..

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  4. I have never used artichoke till now. Now I have a recipe and can try it out.

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  5. Priya you are a super girl who never shies away from experimenting :-)

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. I have not tried artichoke before, this sounds very interesting and anything with curry leaves should be really good!

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  7. What an interesting ingredient to use in the chutney; the sour taste might be the trick.

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  8. now i have a reason to buy artichokes :)

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  9. I've tasted artichoke only once in a salad and I loved it.. Thanks for your chutney version, will give it a try!! It looks tangy and tasty :-)

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  10. never tried anything with artichokes..this is surely tempting!

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  11. Dear Priya, thanks for sending this awesome and innovative recipe!
    I am totally seduced by it!

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  12. I just made some artichoke pesto that I used on pasta yesterday! Your chutney looks and sounds delicious!

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  13. I have never used artichokes before. I like the colour of the chutney.

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  14. There is no end to your ideas. You are the most creative blogger I have come across. A another definate hit.Missed many of your posts but now will try n be regular.

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  15. Never cooked artichokes Priya,sounds good with curry leaves!

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  16. You surely are very innovative. Looks so delicious.

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  17. Love how u use these international ings and adapt it to desi cooking!!! Who would have thought of chutney from artichokes!!Looks too good....
    Prathima rao
    Prats Corner

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  18. Healthy and innovative recipe....

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  19. artichoke chutney is super creative- never thought we could make a chutney out of it- Looks gorgeous priya!

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  20. Sounds delicious. I love artichoke hearts and will try with curry leaf next time :D

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  21. Never tried much with artichoke.Chutney ? Looks excellent Priya.

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  22. Yet to try dishes with artichoke. This sounds like a delicious chutney.

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  23. I love artichokes any way it's prepared, and this is the most unusual way with the chutney. Love the added spices, and beautiful texture. Yumm!

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  24. wow, priya.......different combo artichoke and curry leaves, never thought like this, new recipe, looks yummy

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  25. I have never made anything with artichoke, I have tasted in pizza topping and soup. This makes me to try it soon.

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  26. Priya, I am convinced you are trying to get me to like artichokes with all these yummy pictures and recipes - This one particularly, I will try out... :)

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  27. Totally yummy dish..i must try it out when i make idli/dosa next time!!!

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  28. Nice and very innovative :)

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  29. Nice and innovation recipe :)

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  30. Wow... totally new and very much innovative.. I can imagine the the blend of flavors... great one..
    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  31. I have never had artichoke chutney...looks so good!

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  32. Priya, thanks for sharing.
    I have never tried artichoke..will try this!!

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  33. wow this is something new to me. Great way to use artichokes

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  34. Artichokes heart chutney looks delicious.

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  35. chutney with artichokes...new to me..looks yum!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  36. Can somebody get more creative than you when it comes to recipes .... I dOUBT !!!

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  37. I have some canned artichoke hearts on hand - can't wait to try this chutney.

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  38. Artichoke got an Indian touch :) Sounds cool for idlis!

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  39. Beautiful chutney.. strangely like your husband i also want two chutney and this sounds delicious.. :)

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  40. You get so creative Priya. have never imagined artichokes in a chutney.

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  41. There is no limit to your innovation!!!great going. Love all ur recipes

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  42. Simply perfect, what an innovation dear, you can almost make anything taste so delicious, love it :)

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  43. The chutney looks yummy and I'd love to taste it with dosa!

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  44. The chutney looks yummy and I'd love to taste it with dosa!

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